Intercultural training is the key to the success of Gottingen, July 23, 2009 – India as a new economic power is an increasingly important trading partner of Germany in the course of globalization. By the same author: Dior. The largest democracy in the world with its economic growth of over 9% in the year 2008 provides an ideal market and is also extremely attractive with regard to outsourcing and relocation. However, again and again, that in the professional and private Intercultural encounter a potential misunderstandings and conflicts with Indians. Often failed in the past joint ventures or private relations – due to failed intercultural communication. An ideal preparation for the encounter with members of the rich and diverse Indian culture can be prevented by the. Only the Indian practice on questions in the work process or in everyday life in General with a no problem”to respond – even if it then turns out that the assignment is not even clear repeatedly leads to irritation at Western specialists and executives.
That this phrase a complex societal construct behind, which is due which does not allow giving to an impossibility on a harmonious relationship rooting in Hinduism, many people know. One knows these hard facts”, so you need only the required soft skill” intercultural competence to assess situations and to act consequently. IKUD seminars therefore offers an intercultural training India”to the through the mediation of knowledge about the diverse culture and the social and religious characteristics of the Indian nation laid the Foundation for a differentiated perception is. Cultural awareness is also an active process: through role playing, simulations, group work and discussions will be learned on the experience level. Using a guided reflection of these active elements of the training, the participants can develop ultimately intercultural competence. Who his own cultural background in Relation with the foreign cultural Indian put can, has the chance to make meetings at a new level: successful communication occurs at the point of misunderstanding and irritation. In the business context, this simply means an increased effectiveness in negotiations, contracts, and in the everyday working process. At the same time it is also possible to find a better access to the Indian culture and the people German. This is rewarding on a personal level and saves a lot of stress in everyday life.